Hi everyone, this is Jeff Pozniak writing today’s note about the death of a polymericsand. For those of you who don’t know, polymeric sand is a coarse, dried
I have a simple 15 x 24 concrete patio that came with the house(it now has to beresurfaced due to chipping) . I've had decks in the past and liked them as well but
But paver sand is better. Bit larger grains,and is more 'angular' doesn'twash out ( especially in that open lay) or pack down as much as 'play sand', letswater
Who is the manufacturer of the pavers? I'm doing a paver patio at my house right nowusing Unilock Brussels Block. The local dealer told me to go with 5" of crusher
Sorry, I forgot to mention - I am laying pavers. 6-7 inches of base, then an inch or twoof sand.
This is exactly the question I am searching for an answer to. I am putting in a paverpatio(using the gravel and sand bed) in my yard, and there is a concrete
Normally a maximum of a 1" sand is screeded and not compacted. The pavers are setand the edge restraint is tightly butted up to the pavers ans fine sand is spread
Jeff Pozniak, Stonehenge Brick Paving & Landscaping Landscaping Appleton, Neenah andWisconsin's Fox Valley Are you having issues with your polymeric sand?
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